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Most dog owners are aware that dog noses are extremely sensitive. This is due to the quantity of olfactory or ‘smell’ receptors in a dog’s nose. Whereas humans have around five million olfactory receptors, dogs have two hundred and twenty million. This makes their noses exponentially more sensitive than a human’s. Most times a dog’s sensitive nose works to our benefit. All kinds of dogs are used as service dogs to help humans find missing people, sniff out explosives, drugs etc. They can smell people coming from quite a distance and alert us to their presence. There are some embarrassing occasions however, when a dog’s nose is just too sensitive from our human perspective. Most notably this occurs when dogs try to sniff humans in their private areas.
This behaviour is a common one in dogs and equally common is the fact that it upsets most dog owners. The reason some dogs sniff at a human’s private parts is the same reason they sniff the private parts of other dogs. We know that when they smell other dogs in this way they can tell the sex, rank (is the dog more dominant or submissive) age and other information about the dog.
- Amanda Sadler
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- Province, Country:
- MD, United States
- Date of Birth:
- October 2002
- Date of Death
- March 12, 2003
- Coat Colour:
- Orange and Silvery White
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My dearest dear Jackie Chan: The Fish 2, the Sequel, Returns:
Jackie Chan, my precious little fish
I miss seeing your fins go swish swish swish.
When you used to swim around
I never used to frown.
But then one day, today actually
I saw that you weren't moving and freaked out and screamed and yelled and shouted and shrieked and hollared and cried until the tears came down no more.
Good little fishy fish fish fish
In Heaven may your fins always swish.......swish ................ swish.